Beija Flor Resort
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... We would get up every morning just before it got
light out, grab a cup of coffee, and just sit on the deck and let the
entertainment begin. We saw The capuchin monkeys, coatis(both single
males and family group), aracaris, parrots, tanagers, mot
mots,hummingbirds, and so many other birds we could not begin to mention
them all! The toucans were there every day and we loved listening to
the howlers every ...
... the windy and eventually dirt roads for the last 10 kilometers or so. We did manage to find coconuts with straws for $1 American that did make the last of the ride seem a little less monotonous.
Finally we arrived to Hostel Seven 7 Casa Del Gingi, which is where we'll be until Thursday, I believe. It's across the street from the beach and surrounded by bars. The pace of life moves a lot slower here, since most people come only ...
... Obviously this is not through pure coincidence that we arrived at this surf mecca!]
So life here was good. We stayed with a really nice group of people, some from croyde, and a couple from llangland (swansea) all of whom were very much into surfing, (lifeguards/surf instructors/ and all had been given their boards from local shops/shapers as semi sponsorship/ advertising for their board brand, which gives you some idea that they ...
... how this team of a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, dentist, and ATAP work together to provide personalized and efficient care.
Right now it seems like this is basically summer camp for college students. Living in our own house has allowed for our group of 17 to become really close in just a week. I'm relieved that my roommates and I get along so well! The only downside ...
... noooooooooo' and caught him just before he trod on a baby tarantula. Eek. Luckily no more sightings since. And just the one scorpion in the shower on the first night that we arrived here.
We went to a different beach the other morning for an early surf and brunch picnic (about 10 of us from our jungle lodge). Turns out Giselle lives on this beach. Well, if it's good enough for Giselle...
I realised there were a couple of photos from Havana that I didn't include last ...